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"" Gently Check a. Child.
He who checks' cliilJ with terror, Stops Its ptay nnd stills its sonir, Not alone commits an error, But a grievous moral wrong. Hive it play and never fear it, Active life is no defect ; Never, never break its spirit, Curb it only to direct. r Would you stop the flowing river, ; . Thinking it would cease to flow ! Onward must it flow forever ...Better teach it where to go J OtffOltS , Brevity. A merchant nt a season of business depression, received from one of his customers at a distance, in answer to a previous dun, a Utter stating his diU Acuities and requesting time; The mer chant paced his counting room with low ering brow, and stopped before his clerk suddenly said : ' " Write to that man without delay. The paper was ready and the pen filled w ith ink ; but not receiving any message for some moments, the clerk asked : V What shall I write?" , " Something or noihing, and that very Back to his desk went the cleik, and rapidly moved his fingers over the paper, The letter was sent to the office, and by return of the mail came a letter Irani the customer, enclosing the money in full. The merchant, with glistning eyes, read the letter, aud hastening to his clerk he asked " What did you write to. i" " I wrote just what you told me, nnd Kept a copy ol the letter." Going to his letter box, and opening he found the following: " Dear Sir Something or noihing, and trial very qnics. Yours. &c. : That letter brought the money. AfcNEcaoTE of Napoleon I. Napo leon was accustomed to wear armor under his clothes, which he rarely went with out. On his departure once from Bel gium, be thought it best to guard against those dangers with which he'was threat enedhaving all Europe leagued agariist him by every rceans in his power. He accordingly sent lor a clever workman, and asked if he thought himself compe tent to make a coat of mail of such tex ture that no weapon, whatever could pen- tsiraie n. vn uie aruncer answering in the affirmative, Napoleon agreed to give him eighteen thousand francs, the sum asked. On the day fixed, the man bro't his work to the palace. Napoleon quick ly examined it, and ordered the workman to put it on himself. Napoleon took two pistols, 6aying; We shall now see Whe ther this coat of mail is of the texture you promise me." llha?wl at his breast. tbe 'cuirass resisted. I'f Turn around!" The man obeyed. The second ball struck his back, and with the same result. The poor artificer half dead with fright, tho't 'these trials would be sufficient; but he was mistaken in his calculation. Bona parte next armed himself with a long fowling piece, and mado the same ex periment on the shoulders, back and breast of the trembling patient. Happily the cuirass resisted, and saved the inventor from so cruel a trial. How much am I to pay you," .said Napoleon, after this noble . exploit. " Eighteen thousand francs ;" stammered the aflYicrhted artifi cer. " No such thing sir," said Napoleon, I shall pay you thirty-six thousand franks ;" and gave an ordbr on his treas urer for that amount. Matteson, M. C, and hh Jury. A capital story is told in the following ex tract from the letter of the Washington correspondent of the Buffalo Commerci il, at the expeiice of a M. C, from Oneida county N; Y., apropos of .the corruption bill passed by.Congress : A case, was tried at Grand llapids, Mi chigan, a few ears ago. A man who had previously borne a ra;her suspicious character, was indicted for stealing a large quantity of pork. He employed a lawyer of considerable Incal reputation, to defend liim. 'and although the affair had an ugly look, he was strongly in hope? of getting off clear ; but when the testimony on behalf of the prosecution was conclu ded, his guilt was as clear as the sun at noon day, and bis counsel was about to give up the case. in despair. But the prisoner was as cool as a cucumber, and confident of acquittal. He insisted on the defence being proceeded with. 'Have you any "evidence to refute this overwhelming ai7ay of testimony?" " Nol a particle." Then how the de vil do you expect to gel clear 1" " Never do you mind, Squire go on with your speech. I shall do well enough." " I tell you this is triflng and nonsense. You acknowledge you stole the poik, and tiey have proved it on you, to the entire Satislaction ot every man in court. Now what can I say?" " Make 'em a good speech, Squire, and Lm safe to get off." '.' Impossible, there's nothing to be said." " I hired you, and I intend to pay you, but not a cent shall you have, unless you give the jury a talking to." Under this inspiration, the lawyer made a rambling incoherent address .to the jury, in which everything was dis cussed except the case, under considera tion. On concluding he whispered the prisoner's ear" You infernal scoundrel, I ought to be Bent to the Slate's Prison tiiyself j arid what you expect to gain by this strange proceeding, I can't perceive." I'll tell you when the jury come in." . t After a charge from the judge in which his criminality was distinctly asserted, and maintained, that intelligent part of the palladium of our rights' retired for consultation, and in ti short time came hack with a verdict of not guilty.' .What in thunder does this mean ?" VnquiicJ the lawyer of his client. " O,' T ... . . l. - IT I '. ' .. , niiiHL'W Jl'U 1(1 III a Mi H HIIIUIl.llISS 10 pUU Aha wool over the outsider's eyes, but it. wax a sure thirg from tho start, for three of them jurymen had,some of Ihfpork." IJiminrss is fall tn be extremely dull pn tlie Underground Railroad, not a sin gle black passenger having passed through this i;iiy on his wav northward for some W. 'ft, . .. i - .!.: ' i'til f J For tho True American. Geographical Eirma. 1 am composed of 79 letters. My 2, 1, 5, 10, 14, 6, 13, is a county in Florida. Mjr 25, 68, 55, 33,. 26, 40, 18, TO, 46, 78, 53, 31, 7, is a town in Minnesota. My 49,. 24, 56, 68, 31, 37, is a city in Wisconsin. ' . .. ' . My 8, 3, 11, 38, 4, 7, 29, 32, 19, 7, is a . city in New Jersey. , My 48, 60, 53, 63, 13, is a post office in . Kane Co. 111. ' " . My 9, 12, 16, 28. 15, 24, is a lake in New York. . My 27, 30, 6l, 41, 79. 40, 17, 74, 72, 67, 57, is a post office Daviess co. Indiana. My 31, 35, 43, 39, 14, 76, 40, 52. 66, 45, 65, 42, 50, 36, is a town in Ten- nessee. My 22, 18, 73, 20, 21, 23 is a city in Ohio. ' My 75, 64, 59, 62, 17, 58, is a town in Illinois. My 47, 51, 77, 69, 37 51, 71, 44, Ms a river, in a state of the same. name. , My whole may be found in Steuben ville. Alpha.' JAMES L. M0REHEAD, WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEAL " erin Tobacco. Office South Fourth Street, Steubenville, Ohio. jan2d THOMAS MEANS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR at Law. Office, Maiket Street, one door below tho Post Office, Steubenville, 0. doc3I J. W. THOMPSON, SURGEON DENTIST, RICHMOND, O. OFFICE, Main Street, opposite Ex- ID All operations warranted. .O dec21 ' JAMES ELLIOTT, A TTORNKY AT LAW, Steubenville, Ohio. Office, North side of Market street above Fourth. aug.2Uly nR. S. ROTH ACKER, Richmond, Jefferson County, Ohio. EODEB1CK S. MOODKY. EDWAI1D II. M COOK M00DEY & JI'COOK, A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Steubenville Ohio. Ofiicecorner of Market and Fourth ro ets, second story. . roay2r '55 SAMUEL STOKELY.- JAMES M. SHANE . STO'XELY & SlfANE. " A TTORNEYS AT LAW, will prompt ly attend to all business entrusted to them, in Jefferson and the adjoining coun ties. Office in Kilgore Buildings, Market street, steubenville. marllJnollv. JOHN A. BINGIUM. W, R. LLOYD BINGHAM & LLOYD. A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office at the 'An.n.rTi.r..i..i ir.i...i . site the Court House, Steubenville, Ohio. January I, Icoj. J. H. MTLLFR. n Bwrnfiirn in. MILIER & SHEER ARB. ' ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS att. a iv n: r-.,. e. site Washington Hall. Stanlienvilla. Ohm ... if , viu.i:, iijdiM-b Ul.ieeb. UIIUO- Prompt attention to collejting and securing clai ins. Agents for obtaining Pensions aud Bounty binds. Land Warrants bought aud uia. juariy xsoo , - , i m ELI T. TAPPAN. Attorney at Law and Notary Public, S'l'EUnBNVILLE, OlIIO. TTAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO Market Street, nwlv opposite the Jeffer son Branch Bank, in the room lately occupied by D. L. Collier and J. It. Meredith. Esq's. opr.ju, iojo. HAMILTON IRVING HOUSE. NEWARK, LICKING COUNTY, O. NT T Til,. I - 1 1. i 1 r i. . xi, mn nuubu nai ueen leaeu lur a term of years, and entirely refitted and newly furnished. The Proprietor solicits a liberal bhnro of public patronage, feb 11 T. D. HAMILTON, Proprietor. The Watson House. C WATSON, having almost entirely re- furnislied and fitted up anew his spacious hotel in the town of New Lisbon, is nov pre pared to accommodate the travelling public in the best style. His table will ba always fur nished with the most choice products of the season, and the treatment of his guests will al ways be such as to give full and general satis faction. Call at the sign of the CROSS KKYS, New Lisbon. Jilne 13. United .States House. T W. EARL, Proprietor, corner Mar. ket and high streets, near the Eiver.Stcij tcu nville, Ohio-- Jan. 1, '65 ij. HARE'S HOTEL, NO. VJ'-i LIBERTY STREET, Mouth of Fifth Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. SAMUEL HARE, Proprietor. ; ' dflc.l9-Iy. ST. CLAIR HOTEL, (kokmkblt kxciianok hotel.) Corner of Penn and St. Clair Streets, PITTSBURGH, PA. W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor. C T. HOLLOW AY, J, A. LIPPINCOTT C. T. IIOLLOWAY & CO. , Successors to Frazier fc Dkennes.1 WHOLESALE GROCERS, . FOBWAEDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, nov.2. STEUBENVILLE, O. J. W. MANDGL. C. IIINEMAN. MANDEL & IIINEMAN, 11TANUFACTURERS of Lard Oil, Soap L,A & Candles. Fourth Street! between -Market & Washington, Steubenville, O., Jiprii'j- ty . S7C0URSEY, TJARUER and fashionable hair dresser. " Razors set, and all kinds of Surgical in struments put in good order. Room under the Mechanics' Savin? Fund, Market st. near uie Washington nail, between 3d. and 4th.st, april 5th, 1855- . , W. L. Sherrow, Barber, llmild respectfully inform his frjends and the public, thnt he is ready at all limes (Sabbath excepted) to wait upon custo mersin hisline. Rooms South 4th Street, oue door north of the Norton Hotel. Barber Shop. . , SAMPSON WARFJELI) would re J spectfully inform the public that he lias open, ed a Barber Shop, on Market st., Steubenville, in the under, story of M'Laughlin's Building, directly opposite the Washington hall,' where he is ready to wnil upon customers at nil times, (Siibbaths excepted,) and would solicit a reasonable share of patriiBge. -"'' S. WARFIELD. ateuuenville, Jan. as. ! Wholesale and Retail Grocery.. South Third street, nearly opposite the Citizen's Bank, Steubenville, Ohio. aprlO ' WM.- McCARTY, Proprietor : :, ' H O T I C E . "" D INSCRIPTIONS carefully com noun , 1 . ded at all Ii6urs eiUioilday or night by , Ouvw Kklls, Medical Hall, ' Third Street. Selling out a Large Stock of Dry Goods. J ALLEN bas commenced this day to sell out his Winter and Spring Dry Goods at the following prices: French merinos, worth $1,00, gelling at 75cts. Thibet cloths, do 37 do 25 do Delaines do .25 do , 18 do do . do 13 . .. do 12 do Ginghams . do 18 do 12 do 4 4 Chintr calice do 18 do 12 do Rich flg'd dress silks worth $1,37, now soiling at$l,0u: rich fig'd dress silks worth $l,UU, now selling at (3 cents; rich lustre black silks, worth 1,37, selling at 1,00; rich fig'd aud barr'd silks worth J ,62, selling at 1,25 ; Irish linen, worth . 87cts 'selling at 50 : Irish linen worth 50cts, Selling at 31 J shirting checks, worth 18 cts, selling at 15 ; do. worth 15 cts. selling at 12 ; yard-wide blenched muslins north 12 cts, selling at 10 ; French broad cloth worth $5,00, soiling at 3,50 ; do. worth 2,50, selling at 1,87; black French cassimere, worth 2,00, selling at 1,50 ; do. worth 1,50 selling at 1,00; 300 linen table cloth s, worth 1,25, udw selliuif at 87 cents. Tickings, brown muslins, towelling, hdtfs, woolen, brocha and cashmere long and square shawls, Indies' cloaks, cloth, satin and velvet cloaks, all prices ; embroidered collars, under sleeves, veils, bonnets, ribbons, French table covers, ie. Ladies boots and stoes and gum over-shoes, a very great variety. CARPETS. Three ply carpets, worth 1,50. selling at 1,12 Ingrain do all wool, 87, do C2 Wool filling and fig'd, 50, do 3? Wool fig'd 37, do 25 Floor oil cloths, all sizes and at all prices. The above Goods, and a host of oth ers, must bo sold soon. Now is the time for' bargaius, at the store of J. ALLEN, Corner of Third St., near Market. Steubenville, Feb. 4. '57. Dry Goods Groceries, Queensware &c, r EWIS ANDERSON begs leave to in U form the public that he has resumed busi ness in the room between -Garrcett and Mc' Carty's store on third Street lower end of the Market. Where he in'tends to keep a general assortment of such Goods is is usually kept in Grocery Stores, the highest price paid for produce. He hopes by close attention to business'and selling low to. receive a liberal sharo of the patronage of the City and Coun- U'nn.23-'57. . LEWIS ANDERSON. 1850. NEW FALL GOODS. 1850 H, G. Garrett, Third Street, HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE and splendid stock of plnip black, bar red and striped Silk, plain and fancy col'd Silks and Satin, in great variety ; French, Merino, Coburg and Persian Cloths, all shades Ul uuium ; iciauiD, tsvungv, caiituctD uuu Thibet Cloths, a full assortment ; cloaking cloths, black and fancy colors ; French and English cloths nnd cassiqieres, Sat;inetts, Tweeds, etc.; Shawls, all colors, styles and qualities; a fine assortment of Hosiery, Oloves. French Collars. Undersleeves. Linen handkerchiefs, Mull and Swiss Edgiug, and Inserting, Irish Linen, Prints, Ginghams, Checks, 'licking, bleached Linen, cotton Sheeting, etc., -etc. oc(8 H. G. XURRETT, Third St. fLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VESTIKGS v and Clothing, for'men and boys wear. Dougherty fe Uro.liave just received a very heavy stock of Woolens fur Fall and Winter trade, which they will sell ready made, or make to order, or by tho piece cheaper, and can sliow a more desirable stock of goods than any house in this line in Steubrnville. DOUGHERTY & BRO. tO" Mr. John G. Barr, who superintends tins department, is well known in 'Jus cominu nil? ns having twenty years expeneiico as a practical and popular cutter. octlS , D. feB. NEW SPRING VARIETY GOODS AT WHOLESALE. T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A first instalment of 59 cases of Dry aud Va riety urn, it cousins in part 01 Tatent Thread, Slate Pencils Shoe Thread, Hair Brushes, Ivory Combs, Snuff Boxes, Honiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Galoons,' Needles dt Pins, Buttons, Bonnets, Purses, Pocket Books, Port Monies, Razors, Scissors, Pen and Pocket Knives, Skein Cotton, Spool Cotton, Sewing Silk, Handkerchiefs, hoot & Shoe Laces, Corset Laces, Gum Suspenders, Hooks (fc hyes, Violin String, I ooth .Brushes, Knitting Pins, Percussion Cap3, .Fish Hooks, Shaving 3oxes, Raaor Strops, Warren's Blacking, Lead Pencils, German Silver Spoons Shaving Soap, u..:. r:t m.i : Envelopes, Note Paper, M 'Lane's Medicines, Silk Lace, Silk Veils, Also, Muslins, Glnehams, Prints, and a general assortment of Dry and Variety Goods, Violins, Accordeons, and Musical Instruments. A lare stock'of Gold and Silver Watches, Silver Ware, Jewelry, fce. The early attention of Country Merchants and others is particularly directed to the above stock. ROBERT COCHRAN, 4th street, above Market, Steubenville. aprillnllv2 GREAT REDUCTION OF TARRIFF, A T THE NEW and FASHIONABLE xx- Hat and Cap store, at the North West Corner of .Market and Fourth Streets ; and NO DECEPTION, NO ODDS OR ENDS OS HAND, or OLD STOCK, shushed up from season to season, to palm olF on the unknowing as "newly laid in Goods. His Stock, is en tirely nenv,fushionable,and direct from tho Manufacturers, and the people are learn ing TUB FACT, THAtGlasSOOW'hFaSIIION- adlf Hat & Cap Emporium.. is the nrnner place to obtain Head Covering at a fair PRICE. Recollect the New Hat & Cap Store is at the Corner of Market and Fourth Sts., and the place to get the value of your mon ey. Please call and examine for yourselves. nov.19 A LAROE STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods. CUPERIOR Dlack and Blue, Brown, Olive and Green Cloths. Extra fine Black French Cassimeres, French fancy Cassimeres. Testings: Silk, Satin, Grenadines, Plush, Velvets' and White Silk Vestings, all newest styles, and be made in the best manner. ' " Shirts, fancy and colors, Undershirts and Gloves, aud all other kinds of Furnishing Goods. . , . . . Always on hand, Ready Made Clothing, and all verv low for cash. J. LITTLE, Merchant Tailor, nov5 2d door from corner 3d Mar. ' WALL PAPERS. . VE are now opening one of the largest and best stocks of PAPER HANGINGS & BORDERS, ever before offered in this city. ; The Best Material is used jn tne manu facture of these papers and tho styles will ho found to be . - LATE AND DESIRABLE. Our prices are such that purchasers will find it to their advantage to call and exam- ine our assortment. TOWN & COUNTRY DEALERS supplied at a small, advance' of Eastern Prices. The highest price paid for rags. Mcdowell & co., . Wholesale & Retail Paper Dealers, Mar ket street, i .... 1 0Ol)bls LOGlv.OOD aDd ; 60 boxe Extract p'f Logwood just received by ' yi M' . ; HEN1NG MELVJlf . The OmauvAi. Hkdicim EsiNBLisnio TV 1S37, And fir artidi (ff Ike kind iwr xnlrodtKi undtr tht m jf "KiLHoino Wafers," i Mil or oiktr conutry mU other Pulmonic Wajcrt art counterfeit. Tk4 gtmiM can tx knmn by Uu nam. BUVA.N being Mmpti on tack WAKfcK. ... BRYAN'S Pri.M0N'IO 'WAFERS ' 1 Relieve Coughs, Colds, Sore-throat, Hoarseness, BRYAN"; 1TLMON1C WAFERS Believs Asthma, Bronohitis, Bifflcolt breathing. ' ' BRYAN'S rCI.MONIO WAFERS Believe Spitting of Blood, Fain in tht Chest BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFES3 ' Believe Incipient Consumption, Long Diseases, 'BRYAN'S ri'LMONlC WAFERS Believe Irritation of the Uvula and TonsQa, ' ' BRYAN'S POI.MONIO WAFERS Believe tht above Complaints in Ten Kinutes. ' : BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS Are a blessing to all classes and constitutions, : v BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS Are adapted for Vocalists and Pnblio Speakers, BRYA.VS PULMONIC WAFERS Improve the'oompaaa and flexibility of tht Voice, BRYAN'S BULMONIC WAFERS ' Are la a simple form and pleasant to the taste, BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS Hot only relieve, but effect rapid & lasting Cures, BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS Art warranted to give satisfaction to every ona No Family tbonld bt without a Box of Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers M till H0U8K i . . Ko Traveler tbonld be without a Box of Bryan's Pulmonic Wafer . I IN HIS roCEKT. : . No Dealer should be without a supply of - Bryan' Pulmonic Wafer - TOR 1118 CU8TOBKR8. No person will ever object to give for Bryan' Pulmonic Wafer IWEMTY-riVS CIXTS. IB1 C. BALDWIN & Co., Bochestcr, N.V. Soli Prnritlori. TTTTTLE (c MOSES. Aubnrn, N. Y. Oftral Agtntt- For salo by HENINCT & MEL VIN. dec 24 CLARKE'S FEMALE PILLS. THE GREA TENGLISII RE MED T PREPARED FROM A PRESCRIPTION OF. SIR J. CLARKE, M. D., PHYSICIAN EX TRAORDINARY TO THE QUEEN. THIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all those painful an 4 dan gerous disorders to which the female constitu tion is subject. It rnoderates all excess and jcraoves all obstructions, and a speedy cure mar be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIES it'is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring op the monthlv period with regularity. Each bottle, priceone dollar, bears the Gov eminent Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. These Fills should not be taken by females that are pregnant, dnring the first three months, a9 they are sure to bring on miscarriage ; but at every other time and in every other case they are perfectly snfe. Sole Agents for this country, I. C. BALDWIN & CO., Rochester, N. Y. Ti'TTtE & JMoses', Auburn, N. Y., General Agents. N. B. $1,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any auiliorized agent, will insure a bottle of the pills by return mail. For siile wholesale and retail by Hening fe Mulvjn, Steubenville, O., and by Druggists generally. decl0-ly The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. nil. KENNEDY, of Roxbury, lias dis J covered in oue of our couiio.v . pastubk weeds a remedy Unit cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR, from tho worst scrofula down to a common pimple. Ho has tried it in over 1100 cases, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder humor.) lie has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its virtues, all within twenty" miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One 'o three bottles will cure.the worst kind of pimples on tho face. . Two to three bottles will clear the system of biles. ' Two bottles are'warranted to cure the worst canker in the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysiptdas. One or two bottles are warranted to cure a humor in the eyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the ears and blotches among the hair, Four to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt aud running ulcers. One bottle will cure -scaly eruptions of the skin. , Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst case of rineworm. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to cure the suit rheum, Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case ot scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Jteauer, I peUdieu over a tliousand bottles of this in the vicinity of Boston. I kr.ow the effect of it in every case. So sure as water will extinguish fire, so sure will this cure hu mor. 1 never sold r bottle of it but that sold another ; after a trial ic always speaks for itsuif. There are two tilings about tins herb that appear to me surprising ; firBt that it grows in our pastures, in some places quite tuentiful, and yet its vulue has never been inuwruntil I discovered it in 184G second that it should cure all kind of humor." ' . In order to give some idea of the sudden rise and great popularity f the discovery, I will state thnt in April, 1853,1 peddled it, and sold about six bor 1 l per day in April, 1854, 1 sold.over one Uiouitaud bottles per day of it, come of the wnolesale Druggists who nave been in business twenty and. thirty years, say tiiat nothing in the annals ol patent medicines was 'ever like it. There is a universal praise of it from all quarters. In my own practice I always kept it strictly for humors but since, its introduction as a generul fumily medicine great aud wonderful virtues bave been fouud in it that I never sus pected." t ;: v v Several cases of epileptic fits a disease which was always considered incurable, have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effectual in all cases of that awful malady there are but. few who Jiave seen more of It than I bave. ' . . I know of several cases of Drepsy,- all of them aged people, cured by it. From the vari ous diseases of the Liver, sick headache, Dys pepsia, asthma, fever and ague, pain in the side, diseases 6f the spine, and particularly in diseases oif the Kidneys,' etc., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known. . : , No change of diet ever necessary cat the best you get and enough of it. . Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY, No. 120, Warren St., Roxburv, Mass. Price $1,00. Wholesale Agents. -Now York City, C. V. Cliukner, 81 B.rclay street; O. H. King, 198 Broadway ; Kushton & Clark, S75 Broadway; A. B. t D. Sands, 100 Fulton street. General wholesale agents Western Pa. Geo. H. Keyscr, Pittsburg, and Jas. P. Fleming, Allegheny City, T.ll. Logan, Wheeling, Va. ' For sale by R. D. MORRISON, UEN ING & MELVIN.M. L. MILLER, and OLIVER KELLS, Steubenville, Ohio. - aUgO. ,:..,.; HRUGS, DRUGS.I have just receiv- ed a fresh supply of , 7 , drugs, ' v - - . . . . t medicines, 1 i .'. v. . , .. CHEMICALS,: Ac, '. To which I respectfully call the attention of physicians aud families who wish to supply themselves, with pure and unadulterated arti cles. . OLIVEIt KELLS, , . . H. r . , , r . Medical Ball,. J ORE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT AND NO HUMBUG.' TbI ave just received the Sylvie Oil and Lamps, y light from this oil exceeds in brilliancy neh light made from whale or lard oil, and Is not inferior to camphejie, but more, desirable, as camphene may explode, this Cannot. Call at the Medical llall, in the evenings, and see it burn. OLIVER KELLS, . declO Agent for Jefferson Couuty. ARRIVAL. ANEW AND FRESH STOCK OF ' : DRUGS, . MEDICINES, CHEMICALS," COLORS, etc., etc., " Just recejved at the Medical Hall. This stock has been selected with great care, from a res ponsible house and all articles are guaranteed to be of the st-ictcst purity and best Quality, 'so that Physicians can rely on them; Families can rely on them; Dealers can rely on them, and the public can rely not only on their quality and freshness, but also on the careand caution with which every article sold at this establishment is put up. utTPhysicians prescriptions carefully com pounded at all hoius of the Day or Night .JT) OLIVER KELLfJ, Medical Hall. May7 " Third Street. PJRUGS, &c., The undersigned hav--' ing Just received a large and complete stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs Ac. c, desire to call' the attention of Dealers, Physicians and others thereto. Our stock was purchased from first hands, and selected with great care by one of the firm. The quality of the-goods we sell we will guarantee at all time. PRICES as low as any house, Westof the mountains, ... . . Personal attontlon paidtofshippin'g. Oct. 1. HEWING 4 ME MELVIN. Steubenville Foundry and Machtne Works JOSEPH URANS, IAUES MKANS. J. ORO. MEANS MEANS & BROTHERS, ' MANUFACTURERS OP ' STEAK- ENGINES, MACHINERY, And all kinds of Railroad Work, And every v ariety of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. Switches I Mill Gearing for Saw Wrought and cast FrogS : and Urist Mills, Car Wheels, various ; Shaftings aud Pull sizes, : evs, Car Pedestals, Car Oil Boxes, bubs, Iron Bridges, Hack Wheels, Coal car Wheels. : Cast Iron Fronts ; Window caps, sills ; and coal Vaults ; Bolts nnd nuts, cut ; and Turning, Plan Threshing Machines. ing, 4 Screw cuttin DOur facilities for work are not surpassei by any shop in tbe State, and our stock of Patterns being large, an oraers lor me aoove work will be filled promptly and in the best manner. Sept. 12-1 J. OHIO FOUNDRY. riniE UNDERSIGNED would re- spectfully inform the public generally that he is carry ing'on the Foundary business in all its various branches. He is now manu facturing a large variety of cooking Stoves, to wit: No. 1, Hartley Improved; for cdal or wood g ii . a . '.' " 4! Airtight, " " " 4, Union Large Oven ". " " 9, Aurora " for coal : " 4, Etna " fqr coal or wod; " 7, Kepublic tor wood; " 3, Improved elevated oven, for coal ; " 7, Buckeye, for coal or wood ; ' Large Baloon coal burner; " Egg church stove ; No. 1,23, " " It 2, Franklin stoves ; " 1,2, a 3 cook stoves ; Eight different patterns of Arch Grates ; Four " " Cast Fenders ; Wagon boxes, wholesale or retail ; Plow Points, of all the different patterns ; No. 5, Patent lever Plow castings ; Three sizes cooking Grates, Castings made to order on the shortest no tice. All of which will be sold at reduced pnCes. 1TJ"I am also carrying on in connectiou with me auove tne tin ana Uoppef liusiness. Er Wareroom, Market street, below the t!ank,&tuubeuville, Ohio. . oct22-ly. WILLIAM L. SHARP, Fulton Foundry, Steam Engine & Car factory, WELLSV1LLE, OHIO. QTEAM ENGINES, Steam Boats, Steam '-'ferry Uoats, hulls aud wood work com plete. kteam beilerR. sheet Trnn wnrlr. mill mo chlnery, and castings for grist and saw mill? rail road car wheels, rail road cars of evcrv de- scrintion made to order. Tho nrnnrii.tnr nf il.io eHtoblishment having twenty-eight years of practical experience together with extensive ; 1 t t 1. 1 ... . . privileges, ieeis connueni innt lie can do work as wclland as low as any establishment in the east or west. All communications will meet with prompt attention. P. F. GE1SSE, June 13. Wellsville, Ohio .ETNA AIR.TIGHT STOVE. A COOKING STOVE designed for x Farmers and hotel-keepers, burning wood mm coai, ana guaramiea to give satisfuction to purchasers. Also, Live Oak Large Oven, for liurninc wooil : Stnr nf llm Vaat a rj f - .. v.u Oily Aurora. These stoves are far superior to any 1- ...1115 aim lunniiiif;, 111 fB- spect to saviug fuel and for durability they are unequalled. Manufactured by A. Bradley, Pittsburgh. The subscriber keeps constantly uu iiunu a jiuge assortment 01 1 111 sneet Iron brass ware, sftlf-sealing cans, &o. Persons Ii want of. anything in his line will save money bi civiniT him a full Srmiitmir rnnfin ...I f kinds of iob work done to order anil at tli Woof prices. Tho highest prices paid for old copper 1 1 . O. C1.....1- J.t. . , 1 1 aim pewter, oioreooum m street nearly op posiie the Nortou House. J. H. LINDSAY, june 25th 1856. 1 PETER YARNELL,- ' Cabinet and Venitian Blind Manufacturer Third St., above Market, Steubenville, O., IJESPECTFULL 1 announces tn th Public that he'is prepared to manufacture iwuiuci, uu Diiuii, iiutiuo nnu mvomoie lerms every variety of Cabinet Furniture and Veni. tian bliqds. He is a practical workman, and flatters himself that ha en n t.llfn nut wn.l. i his line that will compare favorably with any that has ever been offered in this market. He respectfully asks the public to call and see for lliamnoloiin kntn.. .... t .., i.. f - 1 . where. ; . Undertaking attended too on short notice. mayH '56. PETER YARNELL, WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP. 1MI E undersigned would respectfully in form tllA nilltltA flint, tlmtr tiaOA . i v..v m.ij m cinvreu in to co-partnership,4ind are carrying on the above uuBiucAs ai, inusianu lormeny occupied byn M.Bristtr. .South 3d St. h Pl.WMn Atlanta n.. Market Streets. From their knowledge of tie uusinusH, 11117 nope 10 oe a 010 to give satislac tion to their patrons. A liberal share of custom is respectfully so icited.. Johh Kendku, October 27tb '55 1-y. A. J. Reynolds. WK. m'lauohli . . .IHO. H'LAUOHLIK. Saddle, Harness & Trunk Manufactory. IttM M'T IITOIITIH . cr iT nr 1 . 111 uauuuiji 00 ovvt, market 1 btreet, steubenville, opposite the Wash ington Hall, keep constantly on hands a gen eral and extensive assortment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, CARPET BAGS. . TRUNKS, WHIPS, &c, &c., itobei, none isiauuols, new styles ; Sleigh bells, girths, nets, Ac, all of which they are prepared to sell wholesale or retail. ' A superior stock of Trunks on hand, to whioli particular attention is directed. ' - AH articles in their line in store, or if pre ferred, made to order. ' KepairiUg done in the best manner. Order's solicited, and satisfaa tion rendered. ,.' ' ' - . - ' WM. M'LAUGHLIN Si SON. SteubeBTille, dec!7,' '56.-1T. ;. r Saddle, . Harness, Trunk and Matras Manufactory, JOHN N. MYERS, , Successor to Geo. Mahoii. HAS how in store a large and splendid as sortment of Saddlery, HarneseTruiiks, Haines,. Whips, Matrasses, &c, all made of the'best materials and finished with he greatest cam ' Ha flatters himself that he can olfcr as great inducements to tash buyers as any establishment in the wesc. ratronage re spectfully" olici ted. " 1 (Reiriernber the name and placa.South Fourth Btreet two doors bolow Market, . .. . .. . JOHXNaiYERS steubenville, april 164y " BOOT AND SHOE" MANUFACTORY. A ' FLOTO would respectfully inforni the citiieris bf Steabenville that he is eneaced in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes, and is prepared to supply to order on short notice. He keeps on hand the best material, and hopes to be able to give satisfaction to all who may favor Mm with their patrouage. Es tablishment on south Third street, between Maract and Adams streets. A. FLOTO. may281y. - 11 . ' Cheap and Fashionable Clothing! AT JONES H 0 F MAYER' S WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL CLOTHIN.G ESTABLISHMENT, Market st. Tlitte Dbors ubove Fourth, . STEUBENVILLE, OHIO, The hast assortment of Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps ever ottered in BteuDenviiit. rPHE UNDERSIGNED has hist receiv and is addine- weekly to his lanre and gen eral assortment of Ready Made clothing, the latest styles as they come out, to which be di rectsthe attention of his friends and the pub lie, assuring them that he is prepared to sell every discription of goods', at prices lower than has ever been purchased in this section of the State. . Ia point of style, quality or du rability, his Goods cannot be excelled in this or any other Western Market. His prices are uniform, and the public may feci confident that they will at all times receive the worth of their moi ey. It will be to. the Interest of' all to call and exan Vie before purchasing elsewhere, as his Clothing is made to order, he is-, satisfied that lie is able to sell better goods at lower prices than any house in the city. J. HOFMAYER, Market street. three doors above Fourth, Sleub; sept. 24-Iv. .. FALL & WINTER CLOTHING! NEW STOCK. 17 FROIIMAN & CO. respectfully in form their friends and the public that their new stocK of clothing lor -the fall aud Winter trade, manufactured for the Steuben ville niarkct at their Wholesale Establishment in Cincinnati, has just arrived.' It is larger, more varied, ana emuraces nner articles man usual. ' The stock embraces Coats, Pants, Vests and Hats and Caps for men and boys, handker. chiefs, Cravats, Gloves, hose, Shirts,' and a full stock of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Car 'pet Sacks, Valises, Umbrellas, ic. Frohman fc Co. also keep on hand a full stock of Cloths and Vestings, and manufacture Clothing to order on short notice, at prices that will be satisfactory to purchasers. Fits warranted. Thankful for the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to us We .asx for a con tinuance of it, and beg to assure the pubic thai' it will be our constant aim, by deuling honorably, to deserve it. . We wa'y be found at the old stand, Market street, one door east of the Washington Hall. Give us a call. sept,24 185(i. . .E. FEOHilAN ds CO. Democrats .' Jf liiga '..Free toilers! Aboli liontsis! Black Republicans! and Americans, without distinc tion of Parly! ATTENTION THE COMPANY ! ! VOII are hereby leqtiested to lay aside 1 all past prejudices, and uniting in oae sal id phalanx, march up to. Gutteuvann's old stand where Ca)tvallai)eii pledges himself to SATisfr all, that a ht 111 greater reduction has oeen made 111 the price ot Ueady Made Cloth He than at any former period In the trade The stock. cannot be enumerated by the piece, or variety, but is sufficiently extensive to please the most fastidious. ' Gentlemen one and all call examine our gooas and (what is qiuteas important to us) secure a Bargain, . , . . junelltr. 1856. Autumn. , : 1856. ... A. J. TIM & CO., HAVE NOW ON HAND A PTTT.T. - em V S and Well selected stock of seasonable ry uoods, to whicli they respectfully iuvile " aiiviuioii 01 purcnasers. uur stock em braces fancy and staple of Foreign and Do uiostic Manufacture. We name iu part ; Fancy and black Dress Silk. 0 Fig"d and plain Wool Do Laities. Bich'printed'and plain Persians. Fancy and plain Cashmeres. . French Merinos and Thibet Cloths, French and English 4-4 chintzes. 'Lupin's sup. black bombazine. English, Scotch and Domestic Ginghams. Black Alpacas, Mohair, Lustres and de Uages. French and Scotch Embroideries. Swiss, Jackonet, book aud mull Muslins. Stella, Broche. cashmere and wool shawls. Bonnet Itjbbons and dress Trimmings. ' Superior Irish Linens and Shirt Fronts. Best makes bleached and brown shirtings. Sup. bleached A brown sheetings, all widths. Bleached aud brown Linen Table Cloths. Linen and cotton Table Diapers. Birds Eye, Russian and Huckaback toweling." Kcdwhjte, yellow and barred Flannels. Best makes bleached and brown Caucon dol Super. French cloths and Doe Suins. Satinets, Tweeds, Cassimeres aud Jeans. Shirting stripes and Checks, Linseys. Kid, silk and wooles Gloves. 1 - , t. Cotton, lambs' wool and merino Hoiserv! Ac. .1 i . . . f . 1 . jugcbuei vitu every variety Ol gOOUS in the DrV Gondsline. all of trhirli nill ha c.1,1 t m - - - f WW u wit the very lowest prices for cash. . , A.J. TIM ds CO. Fall and Winter Stock of Dry Goods. DOUGHERTY & BRO., , TTAVE JUST RECEIVED, in their corner room a very large and superb stock of goods for Ladies Wear and, house keeping purposes. ... dress Goobs Comprising: ; Delnlns. Plain hlnnlr Rillio Vionri.A An Mo. rinos, Paramettas, Col'd Silks, newest styles, De Bages, Cobiirga, Black Alpacas, English and American Prints. Plaid French Merinos. Printed do. Printed Cashmeres. Plain and Fig'd do, Plaid Flannels, Ac; . . iioysB rusNisuiNO ooods. . , Blankets of' everv size, kind and nn'niilv. sheeting and shirting muslins, fine medium and heavy Linens j Tickings, Flannels. Dia pers, 1 owung, juarseuis and Lancaster IJnilts, Table Linens. Dainnok fllnt W . - j v w IU V W IIS W Of Napkins, Woolen Table covers ; also, a heavy .. 1 i f rr 1 . ' J b.uvk ui nusii'iy, uioves, eic. SHAWLS, CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS. ' Thibet. CaslinierV Krni.lia r.nrl l,lnl,A Shawls, cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas for Fall and Winter wear, together with a full stock of Ladies cloaking cloths to make up, with a full assortment of cWnk and Dress Trimmipgs tomatoh.. - . DOUGHERTY A BRO.. v 1 ?ctl5 . No. lfll. Third and.Murket Sts, , . ' .S. L.' . Sharp, -:fv( ,';; '...; Wholesale and Retail .To"bAccohist.'i TEJiPS constantly on Lands all kinds, of manufactured tobacco, cigars and souff Articles sold by itiid ara warretitod to be of the best quality. ' . . 1 ", :;.;,,;,. .; r . Shop on Market street, outk side, one door below sixth' street, and opposite Nash's new building. . ' .'-i ,.,', . Hteubenviue, uovvA-lj, . ; "THOMPSON 1IAMA & SONS. 5 Paper Kanufaoturori,' Bteubenville, Ohio. : January 1 1855. . v;'. AYER'S )t Cathartic ,', Pills, (SUGAR COATED,) Ul Mini TO CLEANSE TEX BL00O AND CTTBX THX BlCK Inraltdi, Fathers, Mothers, Phyiiclant, 1 ritUaulbroplsti, read their EfficU, . and Judge of their Virtue. -. : , FOR IIIK CURE 01 ; . Headache, Sick Headache,Fonl StomncW . PmiBOUi, Pa, My 1, 186. 1 D1.J.C. Arm. girl I hve been repeatedly cured of .; the wonit headaobe any body ten hate by a doee or twu of your I'ilU. It eeem to arise from a foal ttomach, which tbey cWnnae at once. If they will cure otben at they do me, the fact la worth knowing. ' '. Yeura with great reapect, " EI). W. TRBBI.B,' ' , .:,(. CTtrkttfSUaMtr ClariiM. . Mlons Disorders and Lfver Complaints. ' DfPiXTHIHT TH ITTIO, V ' Wabhikotoic, D, C, 7 Feb., 1866. f Sis: I bare ntwd your fills In my general and hoapltal ' nractlce ever aince yon made them, and cannot hesitate to tlu Km t)m luat cathartic we emnloy. Their ream- f latins actiun on tbe Itrrr laqulcxana ueciuwi, conaeqiif nt iy tlidy are en admirable remeily for derangamenti of thai organ. Indeed, I have eeMoin fuunu a case 01 dmoui ait tax n obatiuate that It did not readily yield to them. , . ; Fraternally youra, ALONZO BALL, M. D, 1 ' . ; . PtiyticimqfUit ilarint HotpitaL . Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.. Tost Ornne, IlAimirB, Lnr. Co., Mich., Not. 18, 1858. ' Da. At;: Your Pilla are the perfection' of medicine. They have done my wlfa more good than I can tell'yoo. ' Piie had been eick and pining away for monthi. Went . off to be doctored at great expense, bnt got no better, ghe -then coniinaiiced taking your Pilli, which soon cured her, . . by expelling' large quantities of worms (dead) from her k body. Thoy afterwards cured her and our two children of bloody dyxentery. One of our neighbors had 1t bad, and .. my wife cured him with two doaes of yonr Pilla, whUe , otliera around ns paid from five to twenty dollars doctors bills, and lost much time, without being cured enUrely even then. Such a medicine as yours, which is actually, good and honest, will be priitd here. - .' . ' GEO. J. GIUFFIN, IWmaticT. ; , Indigestion and Impurity of, the Bloods From Ret. J. V. Ifintt, JVjtor o Advent Church, Denton. I Dr. Ant: I have used your PUto with extraordinary , sncfi-ss In Biy fuhillyand among those I am called to visir ' in distress. T regulate the organs of digestion and purify. . the blond they are the very best remedy I have ever known, and I can confidently recommend them to my , friends, ' ' Toura, J. V; HIMES. ' ; - 'Warsaw, Wromxo Co, N", Y., Oot 24, f6. Dear Sir : I am using your Cathartic Pilla in mv nine ties, and find thrm an excellent purgative to cleanse the . system aud purify the fountains of the blood. . . - . . ',. ),, fOllUt O, MKACIIAM, H. DV liryfipems, scrounn, King's t.vn, letter. Tumors, and Snlt Rhenm. '' From a Forwarditig llerclumt 0 .S. Louie, ib. i 18S6. . Dr. Atsr: Your Pills are the' paragon ef all that is great in medicine. They have cured my little' daughter of ulcerous sores upon hor hands and feet that bad proved incnmhle for years. Her motner has been lour grievous. , ly alllictod with blotches and pimples on her akin and in her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your Pillu, and they havo cured hw. ASA UOKGRIDUK. ' Kheunintisiu, A'curnlgia, nnd Gout.- From Uu Jlev. Dr. llawl.a, of tht MeOwdiri F.pU. CtturcA. . Piilasii Houai. SAVAKNAn, Ga., Jan. 6, IKS. Honored Sir : I should be ungrateful for the relief yotuf . skill has brought rue if I did nut report my case to yon. A cold settled in my linibs and brought on excruciating . neurulgio pains, which ended la chronlo rheumatism. Notwithstanding I bad the best of physicians, the disease f;row worse and worao. until, by the advice of your, excel ent agent in Uultituore, Dr. llackenr.ie, I tried yonr Pills. Their effects were alow, but sure. ly persevering la the use of them I am now eutirely well'. " Sr.KAT Ciumd, Batos RotJflt, tA., 8 Dec, 18B5. Dr. Aver : I have been entirely cured by your Pilla of Rheumatic Gout a painful diaense that had afflicted ma for yean. , ; . . . V1NCKNT BL.1BKLL. For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Com plaints, requiring an active purge, they ure an extV lent remedy. m For Costiveness or Constipation, nnd us a Dinner 1111, they uie agreeable and effectual. Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma tion, aud ewi Deaf neas,, aud Partial Blind neas, have been cured by tbo alterative actiou of these Pills. ! ' Host of the pills in market cnutntn Mercury, which, al- though a vuhuilile remedy in sklind bauds, Is dangerous' iu a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fre queutbr follow Its incnutious use. These contain no mer cury or mineral substance whatever. ' , t AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, , . FOR TUB RAPID CURB OP COI'GHS, COLDS, OARSENE8,TJJPLU EKZA, BROKCI1ITI8, WHOOPINO COTJGH, CKOUP, ASTHMA, IN CIPIENT CONSUMPTION, and for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced stages of the disease. , . .. We need, not speak to the, pnblio of Its virtues. Throughont every town, and almost every hamlet of the American States, Its wonderful cures of pulmonary com plaints have made it already known. Nay, few are thr families in any civilized country on Hits continent without, some personal experience of its effects; and fewer yet the communities any where which have not among them, aome living trophy of its victory over the subtle and darn, gerous diseases of the throat and lungs. While it is the. moat powerful antidote yet known to man for the formi dable and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organa, it is also the pleasantest end safest remedy that can be em- Eloyed for infants and young peraone. Parents should ave it in store against the insidious enemy that steals 'upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to believe the CsxRRt Pxctorai. saves more lives by the con. sumptions it prevente than those It cures." Keep It by you, and cure your colds while they are curalle, nor neg. lect them until no human skill can master the inexorable canker that, fastened on the vitals, fata yonr life away. . All know tho dreadful fatality of lung disordersj and as they know too the virtues of this remedy, we need not do more than to assure them it is still made the beat it can be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce It the moat perfect possible, and thus afford those who rely on. it the best agent which our skill can furnish for their cure. . PREPARED BY BR. J. C. AYER, ' Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Haas. I . AND BOLD BI , . " . Heninsr & Melvin. Steubenville. . , . J.B. Simmerall, Bloom ingdalu ; , , P. f ishqr, Wintersville ; . . '''' W. Price tc Son, Smithficld ; ; i i W. Ii. Crew Jc Co., Richmond ; . ! M. C. Morgan, Alt. Pleasant. Aud all Druggists and dealers in medicine, every whfere.' ' ' ' ' sept.3 . , Books ! Books S i . THE SUBSCRIBER, having purclias, ed the entire establishment of J. R. Slack Co., consisting of Books, Stationary, Wall Pader,. etc. etc., offers great inducvmcnU to those iu search of bartrnins particular atten tion given in keeping on hand a constant sup ply of the various kinds of School Books now. n una. Countrv merchants sunDliml nn the) most reasonable terms. Market, between Fourth and Fifth streets, Steubenville. epts.24 ' - ', v J. M. LATTOh." ., M'DOWELL & CO., . , Boohelhrs, Stationers, ' Paper Dealtrt, Blank Book Manufucturera and Book Bindert, ' FIEALERS at Wholesale and' Retail, in Sell mil CllnBifil . Melifal . Tlianlnnlat Miscellaneous, and Blank: Books,! Ruleuiand Plain Cap, Post and Note Papers, Printing and rapping I'apere, yvau rapers and Korders, ihool, Counting-house and Fancy Stationery;. Merchants and others desiring to purchase. will do'well to call atid.examine-our stock. 'ihe highest market price paid for Rat's. '.' " ' . . M'DOWELL A CO..,! North Bide of maket. above Fourth, street Steubenville. Ohio. - Jan.l, '55. . 1 nt- ' I ' 1 1 i. i I i ny Pianos and Melodeons. i , ITAVING OPENED A; DEPOT FOR 11 the sale Of Pianos- and Child A Bishop's. Melodians, the undersigned invites tlie public to call and xanine his instruments. .'U They are of a superior make, second to none, and sold af extremely low prices hence un doubted satisfaction can be given to purchasers; so, come and see oeiore Duymg elsewhere. t -A niimber of instruments always ,'oa 'haiia( for examination and' competition. .Ustru... merits warranted. Old Piano taken -in ex change. : O. MUELLER, i Kilgoro Block, Market st., Steuben rule U julylbtf. . " ;',. .Vii') NEW GOODS. Just .received at A.. A beautifullot of Stella Shawls.' V1" ' Long and square woolen do 1 -. ' ; .iL Black Cloth and Thibet Shawls, ''. ;A few piecoariaid Poplina new article, .-.'i Some very pretty Wool plaids forclvildrea. Fine and heavy Cloth clonks. , '.(i - Silk Bonnets and .Bonnet .Ribbons, ' Mohair and Mo us De' Bages. '. '-1 , Super. French and American Blankets. 1 ' Anew and superior lot fine Prints; '' '- Superior assortment bf Woolen Hosier. Neat fig'd Mous'deLaiues for childreivic, , Please call aud see them. , ,- " ! .-, oct22. , A. J. TIM A CO. lONNETS, BONNETS We havk " just opened one Of the finest ass Otnient of Foil and Winter Bounets that has ever been orougui to mis place. We are deiermiaea to surpass all our former efforts to please pur customers, and with, our present stock , of . f .. ... o,: fii . .1 Cj,vn Ttn.i-nuta wa fed assured that we can suit the most faalidi pus ta'ste. (oMy ' J',S00TT; D RUGS ! DRUGS. 1 1 , R. Ei SELL. ., . EESWhtflesale .Druggist; corner Wood, arid Second streets; Pittsburgh, ft,r,i u.' ept6'55ly; -.:-bll m -TH